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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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Der Herold der Wahrheit (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882, continuing until Oct. 15, 1901 (monthly Jan. & Feb. 1899). Like its sister English-language publication, The Herald of Truth (1864-1908), the periodical targeted a North American Mennonite Church (MC) audience and in its later years had quasi-official status among many Mennonite regional...
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Bluffton Peace Sentinel Vol. 1 No. 03 19410822. An issue of the newspaper produced by Civilian Public Service Camp #13 (Bluffton, Ind.)
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Der Herold der Wahrheit (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882, continuing until Oct. 15, 1901 (monthly Jan. & Feb. 1899). Like its sister English-language publication, The Herald of Truth (1864-1908), the periodical targeted a North American Mennonite Church (MC) audience and in its later years had quasi-official status among many Mennonite regional...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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Der Herold der Wahrheit (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882, continuing until Oct. 15, 1901 (monthly Jan. & Feb. 1899). Like its sister English-language publication, The Herald of Truth (1864-1908), the periodical targeted a North American Mennonite Church (MC) audience and in its later years had quasi-official status among many Mennonite regional...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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Der Herold der Wahrheit (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882, continuing until Oct. 15, 1901 (monthly Jan. & Feb. 1899). Like its sister English-language publication, The Herald of Truth (1864-1908), the periodical targeted a North American Mennonite Church (MC) audience and in its later years had quasi-official status among many Mennonite regional...
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The Gospel Witness (Scottdale, Pa.) was published weekly from April 5, 1905 to March 25, 1908, serving the interests of the Mennonite Church (MC). Daniel Kauffman (1865-1944) was editor. In April 1908 it merged with a rival publication, The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Scottdale, Pa.), to form Gospel Herald (Scottdale, Pa.). See Bender, Harold S. "Gospel Witness (Periodical)." Global Anabaptist Mennonite Encyclopedia Online . 1956. Web. 22 Jun 2016....
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by Wenger, J. C. (John Christian)
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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Institute for the Study of Global Anabaptism
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Proceedings of the Fourth Mennonite World Conference, held at Goshen, Indiana and North Newton, Kansas, August 3-10, 1948
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Der Herold der Wahrheit (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882, continuing until Oct. 15, 1901 (monthly Jan. & Feb. 1899). Like its sister English-language publication, The Herald of Truth (1864-1908), the periodical targeted a North American Mennonite Church (MC) audience and in its later years had quasi-official status among many Mennonite regional...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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by Iglesia Evangélica Menonita Argentina. Comisión de Publicaciones; Quiroga, Marta; Ramirez de Darino, Graciela; Erb, J. Delbert
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Der Herold der Wahrheit (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882, continuing until Oct. 15, 1901 (monthly Jan. & Feb. 1899). Like its sister English-language publication, The Herald of Truth (1864-1908), the periodical targeted a North American Mennonite Church (MC) audience and in its later years had quasi-official status among many Mennonite regional...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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by Sandin-Fremaint, Pedro A.; Jiménez, Pablo A.
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by Schipani, Daniel S.; Drescher, John M Drescher; JELAM--Audiciones Menonitas (Junta Ejecutiva Latinoamericana de Audiciones Menonitas)
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Mennonite Yearbook and Almanac was published from 1895 to 1930. It contains historical material, church statistics and the annual almanac material (prepared by L. J. Heatwole). It was published by the Eastern Mennonite Conference [Eastern District Mennonite Conference] in PA through 1924. From 1925 to 1930 it was published by the Mennonite Book Concern at Berne, IN. It was printed at Quakertown, PA by U.S. Stauffer at least through 1907. (Stauffer continued on the publication committee for the...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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by Funk, John A., 1862-1936
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Unsere Arapahoen. Bilder aus unserer Mission. No. 3.
Topics: Arapaho Indians Missions, General Conference Mennonite Church -- Missions, General Conference...
Year Book of the General Conference Mennonite Church of North America was published 1931 to 1946. It contains information on denominational organization, statistics, lists of ministers, reports, historical articles, and obituaries. It succeeded the Mennonite Year Book and Almanac (1895-1930) and in 1947 was succeeded by Handbook of Information of the General Conference of the Mennonite Church of North America. It was published by the General Conference Publication Board by Mennonite Book...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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Mennonite Yearbook and Almanac was published from 1895 to 1930. It contains historical material, church statistics and the annual almanac material (prepared by L. J. Heatwole). It was published by the Eastern Mennonite Conference [Eastern District Mennonite Conference] in PA through 1924. From 1925 to 1930 it was published by the Mennonite Book Concern at Berne, IN. It was printed at Quakertown, PA by U.S. Stauffer at least through 1907. (Stauffer continued on the publication committee for the...
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Der Herold der Wahrheit (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882, continuing until Oct. 15, 1901 (monthly Jan. & Feb. 1899). Like its sister English-language publication, The Herald of Truth (1864-1908), the periodical targeted a North American Mennonite Church (MC) audience and in its later years had quasi-official status among many Mennonite regional...
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by Rempel, John D.; Rindzinski, Milka.
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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Der Herold der Wahrheit (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882, continuing until Oct. 15, 1901 (monthly Jan. & Feb. 1899). Like its sister English-language publication, The Herald of Truth (1864-1908), the periodical targeted a North American Mennonite Church (MC) audience and in its later years had quasi-official status among many Mennonite regional...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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by General Conference Mennonite Church; Mennonite Church; Prieto, Zulma.
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Mennonite Yearbook and Almanac was published from 1895 to 1930. It contains historical material, church statistics and the annual almanac material (prepared by L. J. Heatwole). It was published by the Eastern Mennonite Conference [Eastern District Mennonite Conference] in PA through 1924. From 1925 to 1930 it was published by the Mennonite Book Concern at Berne, IN. It was printed at Quakertown, PA by U.S. Stauffer at least through 1907. (Stauffer continued on the publication committee for the...
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Bluffton Peace Sentinel Vol. 1 No. 08 19411031. An issue of the newspaper produced by Civilian Public Service Camp #13 (Bluffton, Ind.)
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Jasper-Pulaski Peace Sentinel Vol. 1 No. 19 19420508. An issue of the newspaper produced by Civilian Public Service Camp #28 (Medaryville, Ind.)
Topics: Conscientious objectors United States, Jasper-Pulaski Fish and Wildlife Area, Wildlife conservation...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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This is our story of Civilian Public Service Camp number 64, Terry, Montana
Topics: Civilian Public Service Camp #64 (Terry Mont.), Conscientious objectors United States, Irrigation...
Year Book of the General Conference Mennonite Church of North America was published 1931 to 1946. It contains information on denominational organization, statistics, lists of ministers, reports, historical articles, and obituaries. It succeeded the Mennonite Year Book and Almanac (1895-1930) and in 1947 was succeeded by Handbook of Information of the General Conference of the Mennonite Church of North America. It was published by the General Conference Publication Board by Mennonite Book...
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Yellowstone Builder 1943.  Issues numbered Vol. 1, no. 1-8 (April-Nov. 1943) of the newspaper produced by Civilian Public Service Camp #64 (Terry, Mont.). CPS Camp #64, a Farm Security Administration base camp in a former Civilian Conservation Corps camp near Terry, Montana operated by Mennonite Central Committee, opened in January 1943 and closed in July 1946. The men worked on irrigation systems, built farm buildings and fences, and drilled wells.
Topics: Civilian Public Service Camp #64 (Terry Mont.), Conscientious objectors United States, Irrigation...
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Der Herold der Wahrheit (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882, continuing until Oct. 15, 1901 (monthly Jan. & Feb. 1899). Like its sister English-language publication, The Herald of Truth (1864-1908), the periodical targeted a North American Mennonite Church (MC) audience and in its later years had quasi-official status among many Mennonite regional...
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Der Herold der Wahrheit (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882, continuing until Oct. 15, 1901 (monthly Jan. & Feb. 1899). Like its sister English-language publication, The Herald of Truth (1864-1908), the periodical targeted a North American Mennonite Church (MC) audience and in its later years had quasi-official status among many Mennonite regional...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
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Der Herold der Wahrheit (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882, continuing until Oct. 15, 1901 (monthly Jan. & Feb. 1899). Like its sister English-language publication, The Herald of Truth (1864-1908), the periodical targeted a North American Mennonite Church (MC) audience and in its later years had quasi-official status among many Mennonite regional...
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Der Herold der Wahrheit (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882, continuing until Oct. 15, 1901 (monthly Jan. & Feb. 1899). Like its sister English-language publication, The Herald of Truth (1864-1908), the periodical targeted a North American Mennonite Church (MC) audience and in its later years had quasi-official status among many Mennonite regional...
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Jasper-Pulaski Peace Sentinel Vol. 1 No. 18 19420424. An issue of the newspaper produced by Civilian Public Service Camp #28 (Medaryville, Ind.)
Topics: Conscientious objectors United States, Jasper-Pulaski Fish and Wildlife Area, Wildlife conservation...
Year Book of the General Conference Mennonite Church of North America was published 1931 to 1946. It contains information on denominational organization, statistics, lists of ministers, reports, historical articles, and obituaries. It succeeded the Mennonite Year Book and Almanac (1895-1930) and in 1947 was succeeded by Handbook of Information of the General Conference of the Mennonite Church of North America. It was published by the General Conference Publication Board by Mennonite Book...
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by Civilian Public Service Camp #64 (Terry, Mont.)
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Yellowstone Builder 1944.  Issues numbered Vol. 2, no. 1-4 (Jan.-April 1944) and unnumbered issues May, June/July-Dec. 1944 of the newspaper produced by Civilian Public Service Camp #64 (Terry, Mont.). CPS Camp #64, a Farm Security Administration base camp in a former Civilian Conservation Corps camp near Terry, Montana operated by Mennonite Central Committee, opened in January 1943 and closed in July 1946. The men worked on irrigation systems, built farm buildings and fences, and drilled...
Topics: Civilian Public Service Camp #64 (Terry Mont.), Conscientious objectors United States, Irrigation...
Mennonite Yearbook and Almanac was published from 1895 to 1930. It contains historical material, church statistics and the annual almanac material (prepared by L. J. Heatwole). It was published by the Eastern Mennonite Conference [Eastern District Mennonite Conference] in PA through 1924. From 1925 to 1930 it was published by the Mennonite Book Concern at Berne, IN. It was printed at Quakertown, PA by U.S. Stauffer at least through 1907. (Stauffer continued on the publication committee for the...
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The Herald of Truth (Chicago, Ill. and Elkhart, Ind.) was started as a monthly periodical by John F. Funk in 1864 in Chicago. Moving to Elkhart in May 1867, the periodical became semimonthly in 1882 and weekly in 1903. In 1908 it merged with Gospel Witness to form Gospel Herald. Although published by Funk throughout its history, the Herald of Truth became a common household publication throughout the Mennonite Church and became the quasi-official "organ" for many Mennonite regional...
Topic: Mennonites -- Periodicals.